After decades during which nuclear weapons were a small part of China's security posture, it's likely that they will become a larger part, says Dr Matthew Harries, Director, Proliferation and Nuclear Policy at RUSI.
The US’s approval of the provision of F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine by European allies once pilot training is completed is an important step, says Professor Justin Bronk in the latest episode of RUSI Reflects.
Suspected Russian involvement in the 2022 Nord Stream pipeline blasts would indicate that the Kremlin is looking to signal to Europe the vulnerabilities in the continent’s critical national infrastructure.
At RUSI's inaugural UK–Africa conference on Thursday 20 April, the Rt Hon Andrew Mitchell MP, Minister for Development and Africa, used his keynote speech to address the latest developments in the conflict in Sudan and the bigger picture for Africa as a whole.
Professor Justin Bronk, Senior Research Fellow for Airpower, outlines the lessons he thinks NATO and Ukraine can learn more than a year after Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and reflects on what Ukraine can realistically achieve with NATO airpower given Russia's current threat trajectory.
A year after Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Dr Neil Melvin, RUSI's Director of International Security, explains the outcome of the G20 meeting in New Delhi, where foreign ministers failed to agree on language to describe the war.
As the one-year anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine approaches, RUSI's Associate Director Dr Jonathan Eyal explains that important decisions may have to be taken by Western capitals to respond to a Russian spring offensive.
In late January, it was reported that a US general privately told UK Defence Secretary Ben Wallace that the UK was no longer a ‘tier one fighting force’ and the British Army had a ‘diminished war-fighting capability’.
In the decades since the end of the Cold War, there has been ample discussion about the utility of tanks in modern warfare. Is the UK’s provision of Challenger 2 tanks to Ukraine an indication that tanks are as relevant today as they have been in the past?